Flappo Bird is a completely original action game for the Atari 2600.
Guide a little yellow bird through the maze of green objects. Get one point for each screen of objects you manage to pass.
Press the Joystick Fire button to start the game and then avoid as many obstacles as you can by pressing Fire to flap the little bird's wings.
Flappo Bird is the work of TACS Games. The binary file is available under a "pay what you want price" at their website: http://tacsgames.itch.io/flappo-bird
With the introduction of the mobile app "Flappy Bird", a simple game of keeping a bird flapping through obstacles grew into a worldwide phenomenon, earning upwards of $50,000 a day in ad streaming during the game. The developer, Nguyen Ha Dong, surprised the world when he announced that he was pulling the application down, citing discomfort with the addictive nature of the game. In its wake, a variety of clone games arrived, and this Atari 2600 port serves as another one, albeit with a completely different approach and on a much simpler system.